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A debt crisis in a company gives rise to both risk and opportunities. DZP offers its clients assistance with avoiding the former and making use of the latter.
We look at a company’s problems in a multifaceted way, as the causes of insolvency lie in different areas of the company's operations. For this reason, reacting properly to difficulties and effectively restructuring the business may require the involvement of specialists in many fields.
Advice on projects with insolvency elements is provided by a dedicated group of specialists representing various DZP Practices. Each has in-depth expertise and extensive experience in handling matters falling within their purview and related to company insolvency. Each project is coordinated by a licensed restructuring adviser who heads a team of experts specialising in restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings.
This means that the team advising the client is always tailor-made and available at one address. With this approach, we are able to help businesses manage their problems by devising solutions that specifically suit the issues they are facing. We pay attention to the details and clearly identify risks that are acceptable and those that may jeopardise the client's aim.
We provide services for various stakeholders in restructuring and bankruptcy processes:
Services for debtors and their management and owners of companies facing bankruptcy:
Services for creditors and business partners of companies facing bankruptcy:
Services for investors:
We provide restructuring and bankruptcy advice with the involvement of specialists in many legal fields:
Restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings
Credit debt restructuring | debt security
Criminal and financial liability of managers
Tax liability of managers | taxes in restructuring and bankruptcy
State aid for debt restructuring
Employment restructuring | collective redundancies
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News | 22.06.2020 We are delighted to annouce that Magdalena Skowrońska is featured in the IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2020 - Europe, Middle East and Africa list.
From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in Poland and other European Union countries. We would therefore like to give you several details on the subject of how DZP processes personal data.
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